The Robertson and Easterling Podcast

We are now in our 5th season of production of The Robertson and Easterling Podcast, with over 10,000 downloads.  We think if you take the time to listen, you will have a better understanding of the journey upon which you are about to embark.

The cool thing about the podcast is the platform it creates for you to privately engage with the stories of other brave people that not only went before you, but were also willing to talk about it.  In addition, this is the opportunity to become free and take control of your life and the transformation you are seeking. In this groundbreaking, Mississippi focused podcast, you will hear deep discussions about marriage, parenting, divorce and post-divorce recovery from former clients, mental health professionals and others who work in and around the legal system or who have special knowledge they are willing to offer.  We have also published shows with people who have overcome hard circumstances to stay together.

You will hear informative, refreshing and inspiring real life stories and practical advice from the hosts and their guests. Whether you are seeking to enrich your marriage or begin the next chapter of your journey through divorce, this creative podcast will arm you with the information you need to live healthy and whole.

We are excited to continue our partnership with Kelly Engelmann, the founder of Enhanced Wellness Living, Mississippi’s leading Functional Medicine Clinic. Her team’s food-first approach to healing along with a variety of lifestyle and regenerative treatment options sets you on a journey to take control of your health and live life well.

We are also sponsored by our producers, Blue Sky Podcasting.  At Blue Sky Podcasting, they realize you want to be a confident and modern communicator. In order to do that, a successful podcast is almost mandatory. The problem is you’re unclear about the process or just too busy to run a podcast by yourself. Blue Sky wants you to be heard. They have helped lead 100’s of brands to success over the last 10 years.

New to the podcast this year is Adam Black.  Adam is a mortgage specialist. “Should I Stay or Should I Go” is not just a classic song by The Clash, it is the internal dialogue of our clients, especially in the early stages of the divorce process which entails both the physical structure of the home and the more intangible relational dynamic.  Adam is a real estate collaboration specialist with a focus on divorce mortgage management, who can help you break down the challenges of the post-COVID housing market, featuring low inventory, high prices and both inflation and interest rates on the rise. This fast-paced show will highlight the importance of working with a mortgage professional early in the process and familiarize the listener about the current real estate market.

Finally, we are excited to work with Rocks to Rivers.  Rocks to Rivers is an adventure based coaching organization that helps you become AWAKE, AWARE and ALIVE.



Real. Life. Stories.

8. Tara Mills: Unpacking the Box and How Adults Mess Up More than Kids

Tara Mills, LPC of The Shepherd’s Staff sits down with Craig and Matt to talk about parenting through the process of divorce and the value of the therapeutic process, especially in children. This highly sought after therapist discusses active listening, trauma, parental alienation, conflict resolution and strategies for consistent co-parenting throughout the various developmental stages of childhood.

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7. Lee Smith: Offering Authenticity

Lee Smith, LPC of Cornerstone Counseling joins our hosts in studio to talk about being a dad in our busy world. You will hear an engaging discussion about how divorce impacts the father’s role and how dads can foster and develop a healthy connection with their children.

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6. Judge William Singletary: A View from the Chancery Bench

Retired Mississippi Chancery Court Judge William Singletary visit with Matt and Craig about the twenty-four years he spent presiding over divorce and family law cases and his current role as a private mediator. In this peak into a Judge’s chambers, learn how lawyers and judges dialogue and get a feel for the humanity of the individual in the black robe.

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5. Jim Koerber: The Divorce Recession and Other Financial Concerns

In this more academic episode, Craig and Matt sat down with Jim Koerber to talk about the financial aspects of divorce. The listener will be introduced to the basics of property division and hear discussions about business valuation, forensic accounting, marital vs. non-marital property and the most important document in any divorce case, the 8.05 Financial Statement. For anyone facing divorce in Mississippi, especially where significant finances are concerned, this is a must listen.

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4. Roane and Eva Hunter: Time, Tears and Talking (Part 2)

In the second of the two-part series with Roane and Eva Hunter, the Hunters talk about beautiful moments in their life they might have missed if they had not done the work of marital reconciliation. The guests further unpack in detail how they have used their life story as the basis for their careers as Christian counselors and the process they use to aid couples in the journey of restored trust and intimacy.

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3. Roane and Eva Hunter: Time, Tears and Talking (Part 1)

In the first of this two part series, the hosts talk to Roane and Eva Hunter, Certified Sex Addiction Therapists and the founders of LifeWorks Counseling. Roane and Eva will keep you on the edge of your seat as they talk about the discovery of Roane’s sexual addiction, their divorce, healing and eventual remarriage. Today, Roane and Eva help other couples on the road to recovery, restoration and wholeness.

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2. May’s Story: Grace on the Other Side

In this survivor story, Matt and Craig talk to former client May, who walked through the process of divorce and is thriving on the other side, where she has found grace, love and acceptance. May talks about the decision to contact an attorney, going through the divorce process and life after divorce.

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1. Matt’s Story: The Road Home

In this conversation about marital restoration, Craig and Matt talk to a former client, who came to see them after the discovery of his infidelity. The guest talks introspectively about his childhood, his failings as a husband and father, and his road home. Now two years post discovery, his marriage is stronger than ever, and the three men reflect on the advice given in the initial consultation and how it was a catalyst for him to seek help at a treatment center for sexual brokenness.

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I’ve had the privilege to work with both Craig and Matt and can say they both are outstanding to work with. From the moment I walked into their offices to finalizing my legal issues to questions that come up periodically they are always available and able to offer excellent legal advice. Would recommend them without hesitation.

We used Robertson & Easterling to finalize 5 adoptions. The staff is wonderful and Craig goes above and beyond to make sure your experience is smooth and worry free. We will definitely use them again and would recommend them to any family.

I trust Craig Robertson & Matt Easterling. These guys know what they are doing and are highly respected in the Family Law arena. I consistently recommended this group and always received huge thanks from clients that have worked with R+E.

In my child custody/guardianship case, Craig told us what to expect, how to deal with it and takes care of details. As issues have arisen over time, he (or his firm) have kept us on top of things. His strong suit is in the courtroom. He knows the law and has the confidence to carry it through. Would recommend him highly.

Who knew that family law attorneys could be pro-family? Matt and Craig are for their clients. They want what’s best for you. If that means having you work harder to stay married, they’re for it. If it means having difficult conversations to expose irrational thought processes, they have them. These guys are interested in the person that walks in the door not the check book in their pocket. I appreciate the time they spent with me. They help me understand my options and how they would potentially affect all parties involved. Thank you R+E!

Robertson & Easterling are simply the very best in their field!! I hired Matt for my divorce, and it was the best decision for me and my situation. On the very first phone call, I was put me at ease with compassion and care. From start to finish the level of detailed knowledge, professionalism, warmth, and above and beyond service, are what make this firm a standout. More importantly, they possess a very high level of integrity, honor and trustworthiness, making them, in my opinion, priceless and invaluable. You are in good hands with them, and I highly recommend Robertson & Easterling!

I just wanted to thank you for all of your hard work in helping to finalize the child support settlement. You did an excellent job, and I would highly recommend you to anyone seeking expert legal advice.

Matthew Easterling was the epitome of both professionalism and compassion as he helped our family during an absolute legal crisis. Our case was unique in many aspects; including the fact that a criminal court component was involved. He not only handled our family court issues wonderfully, but he was an asset to our criminal attorney in those proceedings as well.

During the darkest days of my life I was referred to Matt Easterling by a family member. He represented me in a very complicated custody case and divorce. And then again when the situation got worse. I was being attacked at every angle and I felt like Matt came to my rescue. He worked endlessly on my case to help me get the results that I was happy and comfortable with. I felt he was very knowledgeable and always felt like I was in good hands. I would not only recommend him, but highly recommend him to anyone in need. Thanks, Matt! For everything!

Thanks for everything you did to make this divorce as painless as possible. As I said in the beginning, I wanted it my way or I would not be happy. Today, I walked out of your office with a smile on my face. I never thought I would get everything I wanted. If it wasn’t for my faith in God and my trust in you, I do not know how I would have made it to today. Again, thank you for doing such a great job! Hope we can meet on better terms in the future.

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